ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Questions remain unanswered Tuesday about the death of a 14-year-old girl at a 16-and-up party on the state fairgrounds.
Word from other teens is that no one was checking their IDs to get in.
Tuesday would have been Hannah Bruch's first day of class as a sophomore at Santa Fe High School. On top of her absence from school, there's also an absence of answers when it comes to what happened Saturday night.
The scene at Expo New Mexico has gone from flashing lights and loud music to quiet.
On Saturday night Foam Wonderland was in town, and among the 4,000 people who showed up to party at the 16-and-older event was 14-year-old Bruch.
Early Sunday morning, New Mexico State Police say security guards at the event spotted Hannah and noticed she didn't look well.
They say paramedics on scene rushed her to UNM Hospital where she was later pronounced dead. The cause of her death is unknown.
The Office of the Medical Investigator says an autopsy was performed Tuesday, and toxicology tests have been ordered. Those results take a few weeks to come in.
The other big question? How did Hannah get in to the party where older teens in bikinis mixed with adults drinking alcohol?
State Police and Expo officials aren't talking other than to say 24 security guards from a national company called Securitas were on the scene as were seven State Police officers.
Expo officials say bags were searched and people were IDed.
KRQE News 13 received phone calls from teens saying they weren't carded or patted down.
And on Twitter:
@MonstahhhAddict - "it really upsets me that security at Foam Wonderland didn't ID or pat down anyone! Now a 14-year-old is dead."
- @GeoffreyHutton - "Rest in peace, the young girl who died at Foam Wonderland. She was too young to attend anyway and there weren't checks at the door. This is on security."
In an interview with the Santa Fe New Mexican, Hannah's father says peer pressure and drugs are to blame for his daughter's death, not natural causes.
State Police released a statement saying this is a complex case that occurred in a crowded venue. Gov. Susana Martinez has directed State Police to investigate the case thoroughly and swiftly.
Expo New Mexico, which gave the OK for the party, says it will no longer rent out space for events that mix teens and alcohol.
State Police told News 13 that at this time no one is facing charges.
News 13 reached out to the event's local and national organizers for a comment on both security and Hannah's death. Those calls were not returned.
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